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The smallest member of the 8000 product range, the 8010 features a balanced XLR input, 3" bass driver, 3/4" tweeter and efficient Class D power amplifiers ñ one for each driver. The 8010 produces more sound pressure level than might be expected from a monitor of this size. The Intelligent Signal Sensing ISS circuitry saves energy by automatically putting the monitor to sleep when the audio signal has been absent for a period of time. Once a signal is detected again, the monitor wakes up automatically. This circuitry can be bypassed when the automatic standby function is not desired. A full range of versatile accessories is available for the 8010, which cover all mounting needs.
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